Early Voting Now Underway for the Republican Primary Runoff Election

May 14, 2018

Early voting has started for the runoffs to settle unfinished contests from the March Republican Primary Election. Early polling locations will be open this week through Friday, May 18th, and Runoff Election Day is next Tuesday, May 22nd. Harris County voters can vote prior to Election Day during the early voting period at any one of the Harris County early voting sites.

Here are the races in Harris County that are included in this runoff:

  • United States Representative, District 2
  • United States Representative, District 29
  • District Judge, 295th Judicial District
  • Justice of the Peace, Precinct 5, Place 2

Regardless of where you live in Harris County, you are eligible to vote in at least one of these races.


Harris County voters can view the list of all early voting locations at HarrisVotes.com. For your convenience, here are the ones in and around District 138 that are open daily this week from 7:00AM to 7:00PM:

  • Spring Branch: Trini Mendenhall Community Center
    1414 Wirt Road, Houston, 77055
  • West Houston: Nottingham Park
    926 Country Place Drive, Houston, 77079
  • Far West: Harris County MUD 81
    805 Hidden Canyon Road, Katy, 77450
  • Katy: Katy Branch Library
    5414 Franz Road, Katy, 77493
  • North Katy: Lone Star College - Cypress Center
    19710 Clay Road, Katy, 77449
  • Bear Creek: Living Word Church of Nazarene
    16607 Clay Road, Houston, 77084
  • Jersey Village: City of Jersey Village - City Hall
    16327 Lakeview Drive, Jersey Village, 77040
  • South Cypress: Richard & Meg Weekley Community Center
    8440 Greenhouse Road, Cypress, 77433
  • Cypress: Juergen’s Hall Community Center
    26026 Hempstead Highway, Cypress, 77429


Any registered voter may participate in the Republican Primary Runoff Election—even if you didn’t vote in the regular Republican March Primary—as long as you did not vote in the March Democratic Primary Election.

In this critical election year, turnout is more important than ever before. Once this runoff is concluded, we will have our Republican Team locked in place for the General Election in November and—with your help—will fight to keep District 138, Harris County, and the great State of Texas in Republican hands.


For additional runoff election information, please visit HarrisVotes.com.

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“Dwayne Bohac not only has his finger on the pulse of House District 138, but his heart as well. As a lifelong resident of District 138, Dwayne has worked tirelessly fighting for what is best for our community and this great state. Whether it be educational issues, quality of life issues or defending our constitutional rights, Dwayne is committed to getting the job done. Thanks for ALL YOU DO for us.”

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